The cost of wellbeing

19th February 2020

Have you ever considered how much money you spend on your health? With the wellness industry booming, it’s perhaps unsurprising that more and more of us are feeling comfortable investing in our health CREDIT: This [read more]

Crowdfunding: choose your route well

6th February 2020

Crowdfunding can be an excellent alternative route to increased income for schools – but there are pitfalls to be aware of For schools, which are consistently having their budgets stretched and are making sacrifices at [read more]

Are school uniforms obsolete?

11th October 2019

Do we still need school uniforms, or is it time to scrap them? Nell Walker explores their origins, and the arguments for and against uniforms There has been a great deal of discussion in the [read more]

Apprenticeship levy to cost schools £110m

1st February 2018

CREDIT: This story was first seen in Tes Apprenticeship levy to cost schools £110m, but only half of single-school academies have to pay – compared with all maintained schools, DfE estimates. Tes reports that the apprenticeship [read more]